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The Dream Prophecy has reached the semi- finals in the mystery/ thriller section of the 'Kindle Book Review' competition for best indies book. Alan Callaway lived a life that revolved around petty crime and drug dealing. He cared nothing for anyone except for his younger brother Lenny. After suffering a serious accident Alan began to have disturbing dreams that prophesize The Dream Prophecy has reached the semi- finals in the mystery/ thriller section of the 'Kindle Book Review' competition for best indies book. Alan Callaway lived a life that revolved around petty crime and drug dealing. He cared nothing for anyone except for his younger brother Lenny. After suffering a serious accident Alan began to have disturbing dreams that prophesize a sickness that wipes out much of the world’s population. He tried to push the dreams to the back of his mind. By chance he met an elderly physic called Ena who also has similar dreams and saw them as a prophecy and introduced Alan to others who shared her belief. The prophecy proved to be true and Alan Callaway found himself involved with a community of survivors who believed that reason and a sense of morality are all that was needed to bring order back to the world. They were not prepared to listen to Alan’s warnings that they needed to learn to defend themselves and that the world outside their small community no longer has any rules, laws or moral code. In the meantime, Alan found a small section of the community who shared his views and looked to him as their leader. When he is proved right and a violent gang started to take over London and enslave all those they came across, Alan had to choose sides and found he couldn’t just stand back and watch as the world tumbled into chaos.


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The Dream Prophecy has reached the semi- finals in the mystery/ thriller section of the 'Kindle Book Review' competition for best indies book. Alan Callaway lived a life that revolved around petty crime and drug dealing. He cared nothing for anyone except for his younger brother Lenny. After suffering a serious accident Alan began to have disturbing dreams that prophesize The Dream Prophecy has reached the semi- finals in the mystery/ thriller section of the 'Kindle Book Review' competition for best indies book. Alan Callaway lived a life that revolved around petty crime and drug dealing. He cared nothing for anyone except for his younger brother Lenny. After suffering a serious accident Alan began to have disturbing dreams that prophesize a sickness that wipes out much of the world’s population. He tried to push the dreams to the back of his mind. By chance he met an elderly physic called Ena who also has similar dreams and saw them as a prophecy and introduced Alan to others who shared her belief. The prophecy proved to be true and Alan Callaway found himself involved with a community of survivors who believed that reason and a sense of morality are all that was needed to bring order back to the world. They were not prepared to listen to Alan’s warnings that they needed to learn to defend themselves and that the world outside their small community no longer has any rules, laws or moral code. In the meantime, Alan found a small section of the community who shared his views and looked to him as their leader. When he is proved right and a violent gang started to take over London and enslave all those they came across, Alan had to choose sides and found he couldn’t just stand back and watch as the world tumbled into chaos.

36 review for The Dream Prophecy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Robin Webster

    Below is a 5 star review that was placed on Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk I received this book free to read and review. ‘I have read the previous book The Blues Man by this author and although I liked it I think this one is much better. The only problem is that the publishers blurb gives too much of an outline of the story that it almost acts as a spoiler. Set in London and the south west of England it is a story of petty criminals and their interaction with other survivors of a terrorist attack with Below is a 5 star review that was placed on Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk I received this book free to read and review. ‘I have read the previous book The Blues Man by this author and although I liked it I think this one is much better. The only problem is that the publishers blurb gives too much of an outline of the story that it almost acts as a spoiler. Set in London and the south west of England it is a story of petty criminals and their interaction with other survivors of a terrorist attack with bacteria which kills a large majority of the world's population. There is a psychic theme running through as some of the characters have a dream that enabled them to foresee the disaster and survive it. If you do not like books with a psychic theme don't worry as although it is needed or the characters would not have survived it is not the main thrust of the story. Although the plot is quite straight forward the strength of the story lies in the characters that come alive due to the descriptive writing. The main character Alan should, given his background, not be likeable but his loyalty to others means that he comes over well. The strengths and weaknesses of the various characters and they change throughout the story keeps the reader engaged I particularly liked Lisa a young girl who has been through so much but shows great strength of character. There is much violence which is necessary for the plot and makes it an exciting read. It is one of the few books I have read recently that I did not want to put down. I hope the author writes more of this standard as I will certainly read them if he does.’

  2. 4 out of 5

    Julie Powell

    This was a well-written story with believable characters and a gritty apocalyptic plot. The variety of characters made this tale interesting and promoting the need to know what happens to them. I loved the idea of the dreams and the reasons why some people took notice and others not. The book highlighted the human condition and how mankind deals with sudden changes that affect their lifestyle. Yes, a good read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lewis Weinstein

    Just downloaded. I try to read as many books by my GR friends as I can. This one sounds like it will be a great read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Louise

    A pretty standard trashy end of the world thriller. I enjoyed it and read it very quickly but it didn't exactly blow my mind with unique ideas. A good page turner for a long flight or on the beach. A pretty standard trashy end of the world thriller. I enjoyed it and read it very quickly but it didn't exactly blow my mind with unique ideas. A good page turner for a long flight or on the beach.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl M-M

    I think Webster's heart will always remain true to the 'Brit gangsta' no matter what he writes, so it wasn't a surprise to find those familiar elements within this tale. It is a story of a dystopian nature. The world after the onslaught of major catastrophe. How the remaining survivors fight against the plague that has destroyed their world and the remaining few, who wish to control those that are left. Who knew that the Brit Gangsta would turn out to be the cockroach in the aftermath of such a ca I think Webster's heart will always remain true to the 'Brit gangsta' no matter what he writes, so it wasn't a surprise to find those familiar elements within this tale. It is a story of a dystopian nature. The world after the onslaught of major catastrophe. How the remaining survivors fight against the plague that has destroyed their world and the remaining few, who wish to control those that are left. Who knew that the Brit Gangsta would turn out to be the cockroach in the aftermath of such a catastrophe. I think the prologue reads too much like a blurb and reveals info that should be and is revealed during the reading of the first chapter. The story could do with an edit for flow and tightening of the story. The concept is perhaps not new, but in combination with the authors tiny predisposition it throws a different light on that type of story. I received a free copy of this book for my review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Starapple

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kerri Fairley

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  10. 4 out of 5

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  11. 5 out of 5

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  13. 4 out of 5

    Joanne

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alexander Ramak

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cchristine Wwebster

  16. 5 out of 5

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    Vanessa Enderson

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    Jon

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  24. 5 out of 5

    Crisanta Benitez

  25. 5 out of 5

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    Camille Cruz

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    Edgar Arturo

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